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Citizens chaiienqe Georgia Power’s 

request to charge customers for Vogtie 

overruns 


As Georgia Power seeks regulatory approval to continue work on two 
nuclear units that are already billions over budget, SELC is urging 
regulators to deny the request and prevent the utility from forcing its 
















customers to bear the financial burden of mounting cost overruns. 


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Virginia announces South’s 

first carbon cap-and-trade 

program 

With federal efforts in limbo, 
Virginia officials tackle climate 
change head-on, releasing a draft 
plan for cutting greenhouse gas 
emissions from the power sector. 

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Memphis Aguifer belongs to 

the public, not TVA 

On behalf of a group of 
concerned citizens, SELC is 
challenging the Tennessee Valley 
Authority’s decision to use wells 
at its Allen Gas Plant that 
threaten to pollute the Memphis 
Sand Aquifer, the primary source 
of drinking water for the City of 
Memphis. 


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SELC RESPONDS TO THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION 

Groups take legal action against FERC on Atlantic Coast Pipeline 

45 years of protection under the Clean Water Act 

Protecting Atlantic waters from seismic blasting’s “storm of noise” 

Additions proposed for two Virginia Wilderness Areas 


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SELC Chapel Hill attorney 
Kym Hunter named to board 
of N.C. Open Government 
Coalition 


Following a series of legal 
victories innproving public access 
to government records, including 
a decisive win in a case against 
the McCrory administration, 
SELC’s Kym Hunter was selected 
to serve on the board of the North 
Carolina Open Government 
Coalition, a non-partisan 
organization which unites groups 
devoted to enhancing 
government transparency and 
accountability. 


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and projects across our six-state 
region of Alabama, Georgia, North 
Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, 
and Tennessee. 



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